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Government Relations

The ESF Office of Government Relations links the College with the community, elected officials, and agencies to communicate the challenges and opportunities facing ESF, our academic and research areas, and higher education. We work to develop relationships with those who have an opportunity to affect our future and fulfill our vision of “a better world through environmental discovery.”

Government Relations focuses its efforts on developing relationships with federal, state, and local governments in order to secure support for institutional initiatives and individual research projects consistent with the College's mission and priorities. The office looks to assist faculty in receiving funding for projects as well economic development opportunities for the city, state and region. The Office of Government Relationsis an office residing within the College President’s Office and is located in Bray Hall.

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • Senator Gillibrand and Pres. Wheeler at SUNY Day, DC, 4/30/14

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics

Commission's Ethics Laws, Lobbying Laws and Regulations and New Guidelines for Reportable Business Relationships can be found HERE.

NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics

America's Climate Choices

New from National Academies Press, America's Climate Choices is the National Research Council's most comprehensive study of climate change to date.

Congressional Resources

Events of Note

Renewal of a Jewel – Onondaga Lake: Effective Collaboration Among Students, Scientists, Agencies and Private Enterprise
Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm. Gateway Center at SUNY-ESF. Dale L. Travis Lecture Series

Certified Professional Constructor Examination
Saturday, April 2, 2016, 7:00 am - 5:30 am. 309 Baker Laboratory.

Environmental Studies Seniors Showcase
Monday, April 4, 2016, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm. TBA.

14th Annual New York State Green Building Conference
April 14 - 15, OnCenter. Event Website

ESF News

  • Huffington Post Science: The Worst Polluters Are In The Most Vulnerable Neighborhoods, Study Finds
  • Syracuse.com: Zika virus not a threat in Central New York, experts say
  • EconoTimes: Corn ethanol: the rise and fall of a political force
  • The Conversation: Corn ethanol: the rise and fall of a political force
  • North Country Public Radio: Sugar maples in peril
  • Daily Orange: The president of SUNY-ESF just discovered a beetle — and named it after his boss
  • Phys.org: Study shows vulnerable populations disproportionately burdened by 'super polluters'
  • Ph.D. Student Appointed to Federal Advisory Panel
  • Washington Post: It’s not just Flint: Poor communities across the country live with ‘extreme’ polluters
  • Study Cross-Links Pollution Extremes to Race, Socio-Economic Status
  • Contact

    Maureen O'Neill Fellows, Ph.D.
    Vice President for Strategic Initiatives and Government Relations
    State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
    One Forestry Drive
    Syracuse, NY 13210
    Voice: (315) 470-6621
    Cell: (315) 530-2226
    Fax: (315) 470-6932


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